While a true M version of the BMW Z4 hasn’t been offered in the car’s second-generation, the range-topping BMW Z4 sDrive35is still manages to deliver an impressive 335 hp at 5,800 rpm and a maximum of 370 lb-ft of torque between 1,400 and 4,500 rpm with the overboost function enabled.

However, even in sDrive35is specification, the BMW Z4 lacks majorly in the aggressiveness department and now, Duke Dynamics has the answer with the release of their new widebody kit for the German sports car.

The widened rear wheel arches mean the BMW Z4 by Duke Dynamics measures a fairly hefty 9 cm wider than the standard car. In addition to changes for the wheel arches, the car includes a blacked out kidney grille, revised front bumper, new hood, rear diffuser and quad exhaust pipe layout. Completing the changes are a set of SSR Ececutor CV01 wheels measuring 20×9 at the front with a 5 mm spacer and 20×11 at the rear. These wheels are then wrapped in Nitto Invo rubbed.


The Duke Dynamics widebody kit for the BMW Z4 can be fitted to all second-generation Z4 models.

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